National Garden Scheme

National Garden Scheme garden sculpture by Sarah Rintoul.
Sarah’s wall hung garden sculpture will be on display 
as part of the N.G.S. Open Garden weekend

at
The Old Vicarage
Church Lane, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5AF
Friday 21 – Sunday 23 February 2020
11 am – 4 pm

Entry £3.50 for adults, free for children

Garden scenes created by Sarah in bas relief will be on display in the conservatory. The garden and conservatory will include artwork by other artists and Oriel Glass Studio, in the grounds of the vicarage, will also be open as part of the Bishop’s Castle Arts Festival, which coincides with the N.G.S. Open Garden.

Teas are widely available for all three days in the town.
On Sunday, teas are also available at The Old Vicarage.

The Old Vicarage extends to just over one and a half acres, the gardens include lawned areas surrounded by perennial beds and mature shrubs, an ornamental pond, orchard and romantic ruin, fragments of the lost thirteenth century church. Snow drops abound throughout the garden in February.

The National Garden Scheme opens beautiful private gardens for the public to enjoy for charity.  With the help of the garden owners, volunteers and visitors the scheme has donated £58 million to nursing and healthcare charities nationally. A percentage of the artwork sold at The Old Vicarage during your visit will go to the charities supported by the scheme.